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THURSDAY, .TUNE 10. 1887.
Hchr Kc An llou from Occnn Ifdnud
Sclir Kob Hoy from Kuolmt
Sclir Juiinio Wnlkur frmn San FrnneUco
en rouiu for Funning Island
Sclir Einnm from Kauai
Sclir Ilnitibow for Konliut
gohr Jocphluu for Ewti
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0f.R0W.
Sclir Kmnia for Kauai
Tbo bark 0 II Kluncy for San Fran
cisco, anil bktnc Skagat for Port Town
send will sail lu a day or two.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am Ship Tlmour, Johnson
Ilk O O Whltmorc, Thompson
Ilk Gulllcruio, Saiidnmun
llk(! Uh inner, Dnhlci
Bk Sarauac, ssuaw
Ilk Don Carlos, Jacobson
Bktno Skngct, llobliiBon
Bktno Morning Star. Turner
Bktno Planter, W HPerrlmau
Bktno Mary Wlukolmau, Blnko
Bktno Discovery, Leo
Bgtno W O Irwin, JtcCullocb
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Company A of the Honolulu Rifles
will drill this evening.
Stkameiih Kinau and Likcliko will
bo duo hero Sunday morning.
Tiik lluwaiian Band will play at
tbo Queen's Hospital, to-morrow
An article on "saeebarino" of
special inteiest may bo found on tbo
The Fourth of July Committeo of
21 .will meet at the Hawaiian Hotel
Tub Hongkong people have contri
buted $30,000 for tbo celebration of
Queen Victoria's Jubilee.
The Honolulu Rifles will probably
attend scrvico at the English Church
Mn. Lewis J. Levey announces a
special sale, embracing a largo variety
of articles, for Friday, tbo 24th in
stant. The deposition of Mr. J. Lyons, a
-witness in tbo St. Clair-Gibson breach
.of promise caso, was taken this after
iioon. MlJJJSTEit Merrill presented tbo
.captain and officers of tbo warship
Adams to His Majesty, at tho Palace,
The bark Guillcrmo will bo sold at
auction, at tho lower end of Fort
jstreot, at noon to-morrow, by Messrs.
E. P. Adams & Co.
Messrs. J. E. Brown fc Co.'s adver
tisement has undergono changes and
received additions of importance, to
which attention is invited.
Mn. F. B. Oat, Mrs. Captain J. M.
Oat, and Mr. J. Lyons leave for San
Francisco by tho brigantino W. G.
Irwin, Sunday morning.
At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning,
tho household furnituro of Mrs. Capt.
J. M. Oat will bo sold at her resi
dence, by MessM. E. P. Adams & Co.
Mu. Geo. W. Morrill, U. S. Min
ister Resident, paid an official visit
io tho man-of-war Adams, yesterday,
.and was received with tjio customary
There was to have- been a ball at
Iho Palaco to-morrow night, but it
has been postponed until after tho
xcturn of tho Masons from tho other
Tub Hawaiian Government will
observe Monday, Juno 20th, as a
holiday, in honor of Queen Victoria's
Jubilee All Government offices will
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
givo a Jubileo concert at Emma
Square, noxt Saturday afternoon.
Tho music will especially adapted to
A black lcathor valiso was lost at
tho wharf on tho arrival of tho steam
ship Australia. Whoever finds and
delivers tho samo to Hon. Paul Neu
mann will bo rowarded.
The first communion of children
will take placo at 7 o'clock to-morrow
morning, at tlio Roman Catholic
Cathedral, and tlifl renovation of tho
vow of baptism at 3 o'clock r. m.
The caso of J. T. WatcrliouHO
vorsus tho Customs Authorities, In
volving retention of firo arms, otc.,
wan heard in tho Police Court yester
day, jind judgment will bo rendered
In tho Polico Court this morning
Domingos Joso,u Portugucse,waH fined
.f0 and 2.80 cost), for assault and
battery on a polico officer on tho
11th inst. Several cases vero nol
pros.'d, and sovorul remanded.
Mil. Geo. W. Morrill, U. B. Minister
Resident, accompanied by tho com
mander and officers of tho U. 8. S.
Adunis, called on tho Acting Gov
ernor of Oaliu and tho Minister of
Foreign Afl'uirs, yjctonluy morning.
The regular monthly business
' meeting of tho Y. M. 0. A. will bo
held in the Association parlors at
7:30 o'clock this ovoning. A com
munication from Mr, T, S. South
wick, delegate to tho International
Convention, will bo read.
Tho following lender weio open
od this morning by the Honolulu
l-'iro Department, for the building
of two bouses for Hnglno Companies
Nos, -1 nntl o :
E. K. Mnylicw $0,928
Fred. Harrison 4,i68
G. Lucas MH)
(J. J. Hardee "7JN5
II. V. Bcrtlemun 5,UU0
G. W. Lincoln 0,500
Cboy Tin 0.750
Mr. J. E. Ronton, Mrs. Benton
and Miss Denton, of Oakland, Cali
fornia, came to iho islands with tho
Masonic excursion party, and aro
still sojourning In Honolulu. Tho
object of tho visit is health and
pleasure Mr. Benton was for many
years postmaster of Oakland, and is
a distinguished member of the fra
ternity of journalists. He was for a
long period editor of the Oakland
Tribune, and is still aconliibutor
to its columns. It affords us plea
sure to extend fraternal greetings
to this veteran member of the
brotherhood and his family, and
trust that their visit to these sunny
isles will add sunshine to their lives.
RETURN OF THE "KE All HOU."
The three-masted schooner Kc
Au Hon, belonging to the Pacific
Navigation Co., left Honolulu on
April 30th, on a searching expedi
tion after the long absent and over
due schooner General Seigel. The
Ko Au Hou made way for Dird's
Island direct, arriving there May
2nd. Anchored a mile and a half
off tho leo side; saw so sign of
life or of there ever having been
any living thing there. The next
day made Nceor Island, a barren
reef about 160 miles from Dird's
Island, and having become satisfied
that Necor Island contained no
object of interest, sail was set for
French Frigate Shoals. On May
4th, made the Shoals ; stood inside
the reef and anchored. A hard
wind from tho N. E. sprung up and
the sea became very rough. Got
under way again and went all
around the reef, finding 3 fathoms
of water at nearly all soundings,
and turtles and birds too numerous
to count. At 8 p. m., May 0 th,
passed Drook's Reef, steering W.
by S. Made Moro Reef on the
evening of May 7th, and later on
landed on west side of Layson
Island. Found good anchorage in
five fathoms of water ; remained at
Layson Island until tho next clay.
Found many parts of numerous
wrecks, evidently there several
years. The birds at Layson Island
wero innumerable. Ducks that ap
pear to have descended from the
domestic bird, wero plentiful and
could bo picked up by the armful.
A few dozen of tho web-footed
creatures wero taken aboard the
schooner, and a few of them are
yet in possession of the captain.
On the sarne island four canary
birds were caught; in fact, they
were picked off tho bushes, they
were so tame. Three of the cana
ries died from cold, but one, a
warbler, is vet aboard the schooner.
These small birds seem to have a
mixture of other birds in t,heir com
position, and their singing qualities
havo been affected accordingly;
that is, their voices aro louder and
it might bo said harsher than the
ordinary canary. Eggs on Layson
are so plentiful thtt it is difficult to
proceed many rods without crush
ing them by the dozens; baskets
full wero gathered for ship's use
and good eating they afforded. On
May 1.1th sighted Lisiansky Island;
lay there until daylight tho next
day when a boat was sent ashore.
Found pieces of ancient wrecks and
a lot of wooden empty boxes, neatly
niled up. Tho covers of the boxes
were marked "Gemmen," probably
tho name of some vessel thot had
been wrecked there. From Lisiansky
Island the schooner headed for Her
man Reef, receiving on the way
strong northerly gnes with rough
seas. On May 10th mado Ocean
Island, arriving thero at daybreak.
Tho schooner was becalmed off the
island for six days, during which
time boat3 wero sent ashore. The
house put up by the Hawaiian Gov
ernment was there ; Jh tanks were
full of water; the trees planted
thero by Col. Boyd's party could
not bo seen ; tho buried meat was
untouched; the flag-staff was. still
up, but the flag was not there. Ono
of tho sailors of tho schooner says
ho saw tho Hawaiian Hug on tho
floor of tho hut, but it is believed
that birds became dissatisfied with
the manner of Government, and In
their rebellion toro the flag to noth
ingness. Tho wrecked Dunnottar
Castjo was completely demolished.
Nothing was left to bo seen of her
except a single spar sticking up out
of the water, and a mutilated sea-
nian'g chest on tho beach. The lvo
Au Hou could not get within five
miles of Ocean Island, and of course
had to pull that distance to make
shore On the 21th of May sail
was set for home, after a voyage of
over six weeks, without seeing tho
least vestige of tho missing schooner
General Seigel. The General Seigel
is now believed to bo a tlifng of tho
Blue eyes usually go with light
hair, but when they go with dark
hair and complexion there is coupled
with tho affectionate qualities a
tendenoy to deceive, stimulated by
an ambition for conquest and lead
ing to the gratification of admiration.
Mr. Harrison's horse nntl brake
ran away this noon, with fatal effect.
On Nutianu slicct near the First
Bridge a iiiulo belonging to Wong
Leong was struck. The shaft of
the Drake penetrated tho mule's right
sido to tho depth of two feet, kill
ing him almost instantly. Tho run
away recovered his balance after
the co.lision, and ran down to the
Esplanade and from there out to the
plains. No further damage than tbo
killing of tho inulo was reported.
QUEEN VICTORIA AT LATRANDE
Queen Victoria having, by virtue
of a special dispensation from the
Pope, been admitted as a visitor to
the famous monastery of La Grando
Chartreuse, an interesting contro
versy has arisen concerning former
woman visitors to tho house that
"never admits a woman." Ono
writer says she was the first Pro
testant woman to enter the place, as
the Empress Eugenie was the first
Catholic woman. Another says tho
Queen of Italy was thus favored. A
tbitd declares the Empress of Brazil
was admitted and the Countess of
Paris turned away. A fourth calls
to mind that Georges Sand got in
there disguised as a man. At any
rate, Queen Victoria was received
cordially, and her companion, Miss
Phipps,also, and the rule of silence
was suspended to allow Her Majesty
to converse freely with tho Fathers.
fT. Y. Tribune.
INDIAN MORAL SENSE.
Archdeacon Kirkby, in a recent
account of his life-long experiences
as a missionary among the Indians
in British Columbia, remarked upon
the extreme difficulty of making
them comprehend the simplest scrip
tural teaching, and illustrated it by
saying that ho gave a series of
lessons on each of tho Command
ments separately to a class of young
Alaskan braves. He dwelt especi
ally upon the principle involved in
the Sixth Commandment, explain
ing to them clearly what murder
meant, and what a dreadful crime it
was in tho eyes of God and man.
To test their comprehension of what
ho had said, he then asked all those
in the class who had committed
murder to stand up. Only three
arose. He was very much surprised,
as he knew tiiat thoy had all been
on the war-path repeatedly, and
boasted of their scalps. Ho went
carefully over tho explanation once
more, and again asked them to
arise. Tho same three came to their
feet. "Why, surely," he said, in
despair, "this can't bo all that have
committed murder." After a mo
ment's reflection: "Will all those
who havo tomahaickedtheir mothers-in-law
plcaso stand up?" Nine
teen arose. Troy Times.
London, May 25. The Anglo
Turkish convention, relative to
Egypt, provides for the maintenance
of nil existing firmans; the neu
tralization of the Suez canal ; the
guarantee internationally of the in
violability of Egypt; that tho
British shall withdraw from Egypt
in three years, unless the country is
threatened with danger either inter
nal or external, and that England
shall, after tho withdrawal of her
troops, supervise tbo whole Egypt
ian army for a further twp years,
with tho right to reoceupy the coun
try with or without tho aid of Tur
kish troops if order is disturbed or
an invasion feared. England and
Turkey jointly invito tho powers to
consider tbo -convention and pro
posed modifications. All tho powors
except Russia co-operate England
to expedite a settlement. England
made every possible concession to
arrive at an understanding with
Turkey. The contingency of even
tual military movements by way of
the Suez canal will form a subject
for future discussion. Tho conven
tion is received with favor in all
quarters at Constantinople.
Tho Novoe Vrtmya of St. Peters
burg says tie convention has placed
Egypt under tho perpetun tutelage
of England, while Franco and Rus
sia aro expected to protest that the
Porte has no right to dispose of the
future destinies of Egypt, inasmuch
as Turkey has no proprictaiy right
in Egypt, but merely the right of
usufruct. rs. F. Call.
ALEXANDER THE CHEAT AND PETRO
LEUM. Many ancient authors mention pe
troleum, cither in tho form of crude
oil for burning or as bitumen. Tho
most interesting reference, however,
to petroleum in tho form of oil, is
in Plutarch's "Life of Alexander
tho Great," where it is stated that
in the district of Eobatana (probab
ly the modern Hamadan in Persia.)
"Alexander was particularly struck
with a g)lf of fire, which streamed
continually as from an jncxiisti
blo source. He admired also a
Hood of naptlia not far from tho
gulf, which flowed in such nn abun
dance that It formed a lake. This
naptlia in many respects resembles
bitumen, but it is much more inflam
mable. Ileforo any fire touches It,
it catches light from a flame at some
distance, and often kindles nil the
intorinedjnto air; tlo barbarians, to
show tho King its forco and tho
subtlety of Its nature, soaltorcd
some drops of in tho street which
led to his lodgings, and, standing at
one end, thoy applied their torohos,
for it was dark, to somo of tho near
est drops ; tho flame communicated
itself swifter than thought, and the
street was instantaneously all on
We" also find' recorded" in Plutarch
the vi-ry sad consequence of n prac
tical joke played with pcti oleum for
Alexander's amusement. "There
was nn Athenian, who, nmong
others, waited on Alexander when
he bathed and anointed hhri with
oil; this man has the greatest suc
cess in his attempts to divert him.
Ono day a stupid-looking boy,
named Stephen, happening to at
tend at the bath, the Athenian said
to tho King, 'Shall we ninko an ex
periment of the naptlia upon Step
hen? If It takes fire even upon him,
and does not presently die out, wo
must indued allow its forco to be
extraordinary I' The boy consent
ed to undcigo the trial; but as soon
as he was anointed, the whole body
broke out into a flame, and Alexan
der was extremely concerned nt his
danger. Nothing could havo
prevented his being entirely con
sumed by it if there had not been
people at hand with many vessels of
water for the scrvirc of the bath. As
it was, they found it difficult to ex
tinguish tbo fire, and the poor boy
felt tho bad effects of it as long as
he lived." We must in this ense
suppose that a light was applied to
the boy, after being anointed with
oil, or else that ho was in the imme
diate vicinity of a large fire used for
heating the bath. Murray's Mag
azine. . . .'.JUL' .!
TEN COMMANDMENTS FOR BATHERS
The following rules aro from the
Jiitit(hciau (Prag) :
1 When suffering from violent
excitement, do not bathe.
2 When suffering from suddenly
occurring or from continued illness,
do not bathe.
3 After sleepless nights or ex
cessive exercise, do not bathe, un
less you first rest a few hours.
4 After meals, and especially
after taking alcoholic liquors, do not
5 Take your tlmo on the way to
the bathing house or beach.
C On arriving at tho beach In
quire about dopth and currents of
7 Undress slowly, but then go
directly into the water.
8 .Tump in head first, or, at
least, dip under quickly, if you do
not like to do the first.
9 Do not remain too long in the
water, espeolully f not very robust.
10 After bathing, rub the body
to stimulate circulation, and then
dress quickly ; then take moderate
There wijl bo no leap year between
1S9G and 1904. The ordinary test
of division by four would make
1900 a leap year, since no remainder
would be left, but in revising the
calendar Pope Gregory XIII. found
that it would bo necessary to count
as leap years only thoso centurial
years which would be divisible by
four hundred without remainder.
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUAT1 DON
I unahou Strict called "Kiumnllo.
hla," thu property of C. II Judd, aro for
sale or for loise for u trm of yours.
For particulars inquin- of
ALEX. J. CAR l WRIGHT.
Honolulu. Dee RltfcG. If 08
STRAYED or STOLEN.
SCOTCH TERRIER DOG, AX
swcilmr to tbo name of "Gov
ernor." iMiy person found detaining
said dog will hcpiosccuted.
CO 3t XV. II. ALDRICII.
Cottage to Rent
A ND FURNITURE FOR SALE
xi. Low rent! furniture nt 11 bin main.
Fur particulars enquire if Jno.
Api-nt, Mt-rchnnt Mrett.
THE PUEMI'ES on Kinnu
street icci'iitly occupied by
the undcrsl tttii-rl.
G. E. BOARDMAN.
For particulars enquire ut the Custom
Huusi'. C!) lw
THE undersigned hiving been this
day duly appointed Afslgnec of the
istato of John M. ICaiona, lankrupt,
hereby nolllles all panics imlolitud to
bald tnWo to make) Immediate) nu) merit,
and thoto having claims against taiu
estate to present them without delay at
his office No. 38 Merclmnt street Hono.
lulu. CHA3. T. GULIOK,
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. 35
. TTtllW '
COURT IN BANK.
In thu matter of Jacob
Lyons a bankrupt.
Order on petition of Bankrupt for ills.
charge from debts.
lfeforo tho Hon. Edward Preston.
Upon reading anil filing the petition
of Jacob Lyons, alleging that six
months have elapsed since hu was adju
dicated a bankrupt nntl praying for a
dischiirgo from all hiselolits Ills oid -nil
that Friday the seventeenth day of Juno
instant at 10 o'clock in the foiono n of
that day nt my Olinmher's Alllulani
Honolulu bo and tho tame U hi-roby
appointed for a hearing upon nld p tl.
lion, when and where) nil cnUitur's who
havo proved tholr clainn iigilnsi said
bankrupt, may a; pear and show rause.
If any they have, wliy Iho nrayer ( f such
bankiupt, t-lmuld net bu granted, and it
Is further ordered that unileo bo given
by aitvortiscmcut In the Duly Bulle
tin a newspaper printed and pulili-hed
in Honolulu f r two weeks of tho time
and place of such hemlrg, an I II. a' the
Clerk ot the Supi tine Com t, mull polices
of tho time and place uf Mich henilng to
all creditors who hiivu proved tneir
Wliiies my hand this focond day of
.Iiuilco Supreme Court.
AttrstJ. II. Kkibt.
2d DenutV Oleik. S3 12t
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
4U column. i per auuuui.
MISS CHILLBURG RECEIV
cd by the "AustuUa" 0 very fliiu
and beaut ml assoiunent of styltsui 1 11 11
lluciy goods. Her farmer ftaek of
ttlmmcd hats and bonnets, oho will sell
at cot. Ladles would do well to call at
once. 02 Int.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
ih pie;;iU evi ry evening t ti.e bir.
ronni, and , annus will llnil everything
lo nilt 'by uistu of tho moat fusi'lell us
ipluiic. 47 If
icccutly cnirnced a (list.
I.iSj Uil Icr and Moulelint; Maker.
wu are nun .itiny piepiieci 10 manuiac
lure, repair nntl re jjI d any kind of work
in our line. Old Minor aud IMjturu
Frames made oter its gcoel as now, unit
at prices within the iiacli of all. The
puiille aio lni cd to cull and lnsp'ct
toniu of this work. Hciiicmuor, any
thing that needs renewing In Gulel, Old
Oolu, lironzc. Coppir or Metal we can
do. KlNGDlOd.1Aitr bTOUK. 17
C PERRY'S NtTTFnnillv Flnur I
kJ otlcn-d for sale br aojtSALVK:) A
Dn. Punt's IIiuut Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
caso and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with overy bottle. Benson Smith &
Co.. Accnt8. 3fl4
1837 Queen's Jubilee 1887.
WIU carry Piiscncc'8 to anil from the
Picnic Grnutids at Kuplolunl Park on
the occasion of the Queen's Jubike en
Way, Me 20111, 1887.
Persons desiring to tnke advnntaBo of
this means of convc)anco can hive
tickets frco of charge and all infjrma.
tlon on application to
liKWIS J. LFA'EY,
C9 Corner Foit and Queen St.
Mr. L. B. KERR
Has received aud opened up his New
Compililntjn large and well selected
Tlase goods wero faceted in Englontl
ly Mr. KiTrjiersonally.iind are gi.ariin
teed to be of tho finest quality,
Mr. Kerr, having sccu'cil tho services
of a NEW CUTTEK, ho is pic
I aicd to JulQl orders with tho utmost
23 Merchant St.
Stockholm Tar !
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just tho thing to maVo buckets of
when empty. For sale by
431m A. W. PIERCE & CO.
THE nOUSK AT PRESENT.
' coupled by the undersigned,
W. C. PARKE.
A VALUABLE VUILDIXG LOT IN
Honlulu. Having a frontage on
King street of GO feet adjoining the uow
brick stores occupied by Chinese, and
belonging to tho estate of the bit Tims.
Ateok. Enquire of J. I. DOWSETT,
Queen et.-ect, Honolulu, Juno 13, .S7
A CAHHIAGE AND TWO HOUSES,
J. Suitable for oxpioss or family Usu.
Prlro$4&0, Apply at ihUofllce,
Departure Bay Goal
FOR FAMILY USE.
Just Received !
Ex Bktno John Worater, forsule
In 1 im to suit.
.4.0 Pound per Ton.
WILDER & CO.
MR. C. BOLTE Is the agent of my
dulioouurt "IIki.ia" unil "Hob
HnY," fr.im und nftur Juno lt, 18h7
All ItlllB prior to Unit ditu will iilcasu
bu preK'iilrd to mu nt my otllce, Queen
Street, for tcttleuii'iit.
J 1 DjWcETr.
Honolulu, Juus. ISih Ifiif
SUr. 4fe "Ewa"
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Special Notice to the Ladies.
By tho steamer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, a large assortment of the
Latest Novelties in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which I offer at bed rock prices.
New Designs in White Dress Goods
Batiste, Lawns, Embroideries, Laces and other
new goods too numerous to mention.
New Novelties in Dress Goods,-
Just received, at very low prices.
Scar'Ladies are invited to call and inspect our stock.
jNo trouble to show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
1CJt (OppoMie W. O. Irnin&Co's.)
Gent's, Youth's and Boy's Fine Custom Made doling,
Hats, Caps, Furnishing Goods, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Wheat.
Also, Highland Scotch Rolled Oats !
Aro nn entirely new preparation of wheat find Oat, being ecoked by Stcdin, end
only requiring a short ilmo to prcpnro them for thu tabic.
tJT Tho most nulrltiojs food known.-!
Also, Gormen, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked Halibut, llama. Bacon, Choice D.itcs, TruncF, Nut, Raisins,
Now Zfulanil, Cullfornl i, mid Iiliind Pnmtoc, &c.
ALo, Urooji Corn, excellent for ohickjn feel, for sale by
Olms, Hustace, - - King- Street.
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor 0 the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in nil cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also In Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their late Majesties Kamehamehii IV, Kamehameha V, and
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying tho present royal household
witli the delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
l'raetlcal Confectlonpr, Pantry Cook and Ornatucntrr tn;tlonolulo.
Factory, Store and lee Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu StreotB,
Both Telephones No 74. (05 3m) Honolulu, H. I
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For Sale at Itensonalile 2?rioeu
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
of Gents Shoes
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